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From simple to complex: New sensors and switches portfolio for food, beverage and automation

22 November 2019

With the launch of its new low cost high specification VEGABAR pressure switch/sensor and VEGAPOINT level switches, it enables VEGA to help customers in even more areas in the food and beverage production processes. This brand new compact instrument series is perfectly tailored to the standard applications that still require high quality and strict hygiene. 

The new level and pressure devices have a universal adapter system of process fittings that provide the flexibility needed to keep installation and spares inventory costs low. A unique ultra-bright, eye-catching, 360° illuminated status display ring ensures visibility, safety and process reliability. Its status colours can be custom-selected easily seen from any direction – even in bright daylight. Some of the new pressure switch/sensors feature displays and keypads with dual easy-read text and VDMA menu, ensuring the right set up every time and easy understanding of pressure measurement or switch status. 

Another prominent feature of the instruments is their communication capabilities. They feature Bluetooth wireless, which offers another option for safe remote and easy set up or function check of devices without the need for a PC, cables or connectors. Just download the free, simple (and award-winning) VEGATOOLS App. Also available is the IO-Link protocol, this ensures compatibility, intelligent data transfer and simple, fast system integration.

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